PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WISCONSIN
|Application of the Town of Scott, Brown County, Wisconsin, as a Water Public Utility, for Authority to Adjust Water Rates through its Purchased Water Adjustment Clause||5296-PW-101|
NOTICE OF HEARING
|Hearing Date:||Wednesday, July 29, 2020 – 3:00 p.m.|
|Hearing Location:||Audio Hearing – No physical location Parties and Commission staff shall appear by telephone. Members of the public may attend by telephone or listen to live on the internet.|
NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin will hold a public hearing in this proceeding on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, at 3:00 p.m. The Commission shall receive evidence from the parties and Commission staff, and comments from members of the public. The presiding Administrative Law Judge may allot additional time to receive evidence and comments, if necessary.
This is a Class 1 proceeding as defined in Wis. Stat. § 227.01(3)(a).
This hearing has no physical location. This is an audio hearing Parties and Commission staff shall attend by telephone. Members of the public may attend by telephone or listen to live on the internet.
To attend by telephone use the following:
1. Dial-in number: (872) 240-3212 (Toll)
2. Access Code: 903-694-349 #
The Administrative Law Judge controls access to the hearing. Telephone lines will be muted until the time allowed for each caller to speak. Any call placed after the hearing begins will be put on hold. The Administrative Law Judge will accept and mute the call at the earliest opportunity that does not disrupt the hearing.
To listen live on the internet, go to the Commission’s web site at http://psc.wi.gov, and select “Live Broadcast” button. The live broadcast webpage provides no opportunity to make a comment. The Commission encourages those with adequate internet service, who desire only to listen to the hearing, do so online rather than by telephone.
DOCUMENTS. All documents in this docket are filed on the Commission’s Electronic Records Filing (ERF) system. To view these documents: (1) go to the Commission’s E-Services Portal at http://apps.psc.wi.gov, (2) enter “5296-PW-101” in the box labeled “Quick Single Docket Search,” and (3) select “Documents.” To receive electronic notifications when new documents are filed in this docket, go to ERF – EZ Subscriptions and follow the instructions to subscribe to this docket.
SCHEDULE. For the official schedule in this docket, check the notices and orders filed in this docket on the ERF system. For public convenience only, the Commission will maintain the schedule in this docket on the PSC Docket Calendar. To view the calendar: (1) go to the Commission’s E-Services Portal at http://apps.psc.wi.gov, and (2) select the button labeled “Docket Calendar.” From there you may browse or search the calendar, and subscribe to a particular docket schedule.
PUBLIC COMMENTS. A person may testify in this proceeding without becoming a party and without attorney representation. A person may submit this testimony in only one of the following ways:
- Web Comment. Go to the Commission’s web site at http://psc.wi.gov, click on “File a Comment” button. On the next page, select the “File a comment” link that appears for docket number 5296-PW-101. Web comments shall be received no later than Tuesday, August 4, 2020.
- Oral Comment. Speak over the telephone during the public session. The Administrative Law Judge may receive an oral comment from any member of the public in attendance after the close of any party and Commission staff testimony.
The Administrative Law Judge will receive an oral comment by unmuting each phone connection one at a time and inquiring into the each caller’s desire to comment.
- Mail Comment. All comments submitted by U.S. mail shall be received no later than Tuesday, August 4, 2020. A mail comment shall include the phrase “Docket 5296-PW-101 Comments” in the heading, and shall be addressed to:
Docket 5296-PW-101 Comments Public Service Commission
P.O. Box 7854
Madison WI 53707-7854
The Commission will not accept comments submitted via e-mail or facsimile (fax).
A person shall limit a public comment to non-technical personal knowledge or personal opinion. A person may include references to other materials in a comment, but may not include as part of a comment, any document not written or substantially modified by that person. The Commission shall only accept documents that a person offers to supplement a comment for the purpose of showing the basis of an opinion, not for proof of the matter asserted. Parties may object to the receipt of a public comment.
Any material submitted to the Commission is a public record and may appear on the Commission web site. Only one comment may be submitted per person during a comment period. The Commission may reject a comment that does not comply with the requirements described in this notice.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT. The Commission does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the provision of programs, services, or employment. Any person with a disability who needs accommodations to participate in this docket or who needs to obtain this document in a different format should contact the docket coordinator listed below.
CONTACT. Please direct questions about this docket or requests for additional accommodations for the disabled to the Commission’s docket coordinator, Alex Hanna, at (608) 267-2336 or [email protected].
Michael E. Newmark Administrative Law Judge